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Mark Greaney has gained most of his fame in literature by the hit material that he produced in the form of the “Gray Man” series. Gray Man is every criminal’s nightmare because if he is stalking a man then he should consider him dead in a moment or two. There is no going back on the challenges once they are expected whether they are from the agency or the government they are accomplished with the minimal of damage.
Jay Snyder’s voice brings this ninth book to our ears in which a clash is building up between Court and the agency. An issue that brings the world’s most dangerous assassin back on the job. It is Court Gentry who finds out about the most deadly crime there is in the world i.e human trafficking.
Court cannot bear all this and is ready to take action but the CIA does not approve the proposal because it wants the leader of the gang alive. The trails lead Court and the CIA from Croatia to Hollywood and they know that the leader of this deadly gang is hiding very close to them somewhere.
CIA is dead sure that the man has certain evidence about terrorist attacks on the US and thus the man is needed. Court on the other hand cannot allow the sin like human trafficking which brings him and CIA on the verge of a war. Better than Back Blast and Gunmetal Gray in many ways but Court narrates it in first person which makes all of it look a little childlike story. The rest of the components are fine and without any weakness or loose ends.